Faculty Scholars in Residence

This program, jointly sponsored with the College of the Liberal Arts and the commonwealth campuses, provides up to eight faculty members per year with one semester of release time from teaching, and a $1,000 mini-grant for research expenses and/or materials.

Black Girl Magic, Inc: Mass Media and the Business of Black Womanhood
Imitation’s Racialization in the Midst of Anglo-American Empire, 1865 – 1920
Unsettled Bodies: Staging Belonging in Contemporary Black French Arts and Literatures
Literary Encounters Across Turkey and the Soviet Union
Inherent Corruption: Curating Andean Mummies in the Anthropocene
Choosing to Run: A History of Gender and Sport in Kenya
Black Cicero: W. E. B. Du Bois, the Ancient Romans, and the Future of Classical Scholarship
Breaking the Silence: An Anthology of Liberian Literature